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Defending Shaul (Paul) "Let Your Women Keep Silence in the Assemblies (Churches) 1 of 3


In this series we will show and prove the apostle shaul was not in error in 1Cor 14:34 but was in fact following the proper protocol as it is taught in the Torah. We also prove that a prophetess is also supposed to keep silence in the assemblies and that the great prophetess Deborah was also in subjection to her husband and did NOT have supreme authority in Israel. This does NOT mean that women are not allowed to teach the other women and children but there is a proper protocol that should be followed in the Most High\'s Assembly. Women such as Juanita Bynum are totally out of order!

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